Osgood, Ind. — The Osgood town council has amended the unsafe building ordinance. Under the new guidelines, the town council will be able to appoint a person of the Ripley County building inspector for code enforcement.Other changes include a requirement to notify adjoining property owners and clerk-treasurers of towns will be given notice of applications involving property within town limits.
THE best of the best on the drag strip are preparing to defend their titles when the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) hosts its International Drag race meet, dubbed Caribbean Invasion, in just over two weeks,The club, which has already sent out invitations to its affiliates in Suriname and the wider Caribbean says that they expect over fifty local competitors.According to president Rameez Mohamed, all things are going to plan as the date draws closer to this meet.“What we have done is try to get as much competition as possible to come out on October 1. We’ve got a number of guys who are messaging us on Facebook, calling the office and even stopping me on the road to ask how to register.”“Right now, we have a bit of maintenance work on going at the club’s office in Thomas Lands but in just under a week’s time, by next Monday, Persons can start registering for the event,” Mohamed added.Meanwhile, Mohamed has indicated that all the necessary safety measures are being organised to ensure a safe day of racing while there will be added incentives for fans.“We are working on a few surprise cars. We can’t say who they are or where they are coming from just yet, but they are definitely going to be quick machines.”He said, “We are hoping for representation from a few of the major players regionally in the drag racing sector, but it comes back to logistics and other things; but we definitely have something lined up that will blow your mind away.”